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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

We're Giving Away a Guitar Signed by Kid Rock

Posted By on Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 3:14 PM

Bawitdaba, bitches
  • Bawitdaba, bitches

Yep, you read that right. To celebrate Kid Rock's concert at Blossom Music Center on Tuesday, we're giving away an awesome Jim Beam Silvertone Electric Guitar autographed by the man himself.

You can read our interview with Kid Rock here. You can also hear some exclusive songs from the Kid Rock Live Music Series Performance at the Jim Beam site.

Bonus stuff if you like to drink: Special boxes of Jim Beam and Red Stag will include instructions on how to download up to five tracks from any of the Live Music Series performances, including the Kid Rock one.

Got all that?

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Now on to the good stuff. If you want a chance to win the guitar, leave us a comment about your favorite story that has to do with Kid Rock, Jim Beam, or both. You won't get extra points for that last one, but we'd like to hear about it anyway.

We'll pick a winner from our favorite entries on Tuesday afternoon, right before Kid Rock's concert here.

Be sure to leave your comment with a valid e-mail address. That's how we'll notify you if you won. Also, you have to come to our office in beautiful downtown Cleveland to claim your prize.

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